|Effects of a counseling orientation videotape upon children's knowledge and attitudes regarding mental health counseling - Deroche, Theodore R.|
Keywords: Counseling; Mental health counseling; Children; Video tapes in education
|There's No Place Like Home 14 08 13 - Saralee Fackelman|
The topic of today’s show was mental health counseling, focusing on therapy with the LGBTQ community. Sara and Wesley talked about stereotypes associated with mental health therapy, what to expect from counseling, how to find a therapist that is a good fit and how to pay for counseling. Sara also added a few points on counseling and what therapy is not. She emphasized the point, “There is no quick fix and there is no magic wand.” Wesley asked Sara why she became a mental he...
Keywords: Saralee Fackleman; Mental Health Counseling; LGBTA Community; Wesley Davis; “There is no quick fix and there is no magic wand”
|There's No Place Like Home 14 08 20 - Brenda J. Simpson|
Today’s show was the second part of the August 13th. program about mental health counseling. The topic is so involved that two shows were needed to cover all the information. Sara provided insights on how find a therapist: look on the internet and in phone books, talk with friends, find local mental health clinics, churches or synagogues, as well as, things to look for in a therapist, such as being a “good fit.” Rapport is important in the therapeutic relationship and is beneficial when ...
Keywords: Sara Fackleman; Brenda J. Simpson; There's No Place Like Home; GSHRadio; Therpist; Mental Health Counseling; Seeking Therapy
|Carol Smokler - 13-Aug-2007 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive|
Carol Smokler, a psychologist and philanthropist who greatly contributed to the New Orleans relief effort, was interviewed by Jayne Guberman on August 13th, 2007. A long-time activist for Jewish causes, she has worked with Hillel, the Federation, UJC, the JCC and others, in addition to raising three children in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This interview focuses on her extensive work with the Emergency Relief Committee on Katrina aid, particularly their community partnerships and the decision-making p...
Keywords: Hurricane Katrina; 2005 Anecdotes; Hurricane Katrina; 2005 Political aspects; Bush; George W. (George Walker); 1946-; Philanthropy; Psychology; Hillel Foundation; Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston; Emergency response; Touro Synagogue (New Orleans; La.); White House Administrative Office (U.S.); Second Harvest (Organization); Sinai Temple (New Orleans; La.); Astrodome (Houston; Tex.); Post-traumatic stress disorder; Mitzvah Corps; Avi Chai Foundation; Tulane University; FEMA Emergency Management Institute; AEPi; YMCA; Mental health counseling; Rabbis; Bat mitzvah Anecdotes; CJF; Hillel Foundation; JCC; Soviet Union; Disaster relief; Chabad Lubavitch (Organization); Search and rescue operations; Angel Flight; Inc. (airlift relief group); National Organization for Jewish Family Services; Jewish Funders Network; MAZON (Jewish hunger relief organization)